The Giving Back Project helps our clients to ‘give back’ to selected schools, charities and social enterprises by donating unwanted furniture, IT and electrical equipment with little or no resale value.
Since 2011, Premier has donated over 15,000 items of furniture to our charity partners helping those organisations to focus their resources on frontline services.
Free to our registered charity partners
We operate an online portal of items that are available at no cost to our registered schools, charities and social enterprises. We deliver free of charge for local charity partners.
We also offer our registered charity partners high quality reused or remanufactured office furniture at a discount to help provide a professional working environment at the lowest cost.
Just some of the charities we have helped
- “We are extremely grateful to Premier Sustain for the donation of PCs. We are committed to every individual’s sustainable recovery and this donation will support our clients to rebuild their lives after a period of homelessness. Vital tasks are conducted online, whether this is job searching, banking, GP appointments or even socialising. Ensuring our clients have access to computing, particularly when they move into independent accommodation, is key.”
Simon Young, Project Manager, St Mungo’s
- “I have worked with social enterprises supplying recycled office furniture previously, but never with an organisation offering such a comprehensive and personalised service. Thank you so much for all you have done for us. Everything looks amazing, particularly the reception and waiting area furniture.”
Jan Cunningham, Development Officer at Haven House
- “I wanted to thank Premier and The Giving Back Project for the superb furniture that was delivered today. From receiving great storage and desks to little things like having plenty of flipcharts is brilliant. Visitors to the conference centre continue to be amazed at the generosity and quality of the furniture – it is making a significant difference to us. Thank you for offering us such a wonderful opportunity – I feel extremely lucky. Premier and their corporate partners are heroes here!”
Andy Samways, Director, Suffolk Borders Teaching Alliance
- “The number of young people in London made homeless has doubled in just two years. That’s why City YMCA are on a mission to support more of London’s most at-risk young people by increasing the numbers of bed spaces available. This once-loved furniture, reused from clients that Premier has moved and who have asked them to dispose of it, will help give a hope and a future to homeless young people”.
Chris East, Appeal Director at City YMCA
Read our case studies about some of the charity partners we have helped.
Are you a school, charity or social enterprise looking for office furniture, IT or electrical equipment donations? Register with us